• Cities Should Have Room for Everyone

    Cities Should Have Room for Everyone

    Nearly a century ago, in 1920, the Census Bureau caused a ruckus when it announced that for the first time a majority of Americans lived in cities — even though its definition of a city included every hamlet with a | Read More »

  • Fiddling Away Black Futures

    Fiddling Away Black Futures

    Most black politicians, ministers, civil rights advocates and professionals support Hillary Clinton’s quest for the presidency. Whoever becomes the next president, whether it’s a Democrat or Republican, will mean little or nothing in terms of solutions to major problems that confront many black people. We’ve already seen that even a black president means little or nothing.

  • Troubled cities must reckon with Stockton's deal

    Troubled cities must reckon with Stockton’s deal

    Other California cities are left to reckon with an increasingly intractable problem.